The principle is basically to assign different vowels to the different accidentals, and keep the consonatns from the Do Re Mi system.
Natural = a; sharp=e, flat=o, double sharp= i; souble flat = u.
So, a C major scale would be: Da Ra Ma Fa Sa La Ta Da;
a G major scale: Sa La Ta Da Ra Ma FE Sa;
D major: Ra, Ma, FE, Sa, La Sa, De, Ra,
And so on and so forth.
Now my opinion about this:
-Accounts for all accidentas in fixed do solfege.
Easy to memorize.
-Have to re-associate to the students who already use the Do Re Mi solmization.
Questions for the community:
1)Do you know if this system is used somewhere?
2)what could be potential benefits of learning this system?
3)What are some problems that implementing this might cause for the student?
3b)Could learning this system become a hindrance, in the sense that a student could become too closed in this system and then having problem to comunnicate with other musicians who user ither the CDE or Do re mi systems?